Post # 1
Mr.B and I already own a house that we have lived in for almost 2 years, needless to say we already have enough stuff. So I was interested in knowing which registry some of my trusty bees would recommend? I was thinking of registery at someplace like macy’s and or target for the shower and for people that need to have a physical present. But i was also looking into this one called weddingrebulic.com Since we mostly need help with renovations… I would LOVE a closet since most of my clothes are stuffed on metal shelves. But is that tacky? What do you all think?
Thanks so much
Post # 3
We’re registered at bloomingdales. They give a ton of discounts, are located in most states and have a great selection.
Post # 4
Crate and Barrel. We had a great experience there.
Post # 5
We have all the stuff we need too (as we’ve cohabitated for years) but we did physical registries anyway and made no mention of wanting cash. We mostly picked out upgrade items in a variety of price points, including stemware and Le Creuset pots and pans. We were adamant about not asking for cash, not even from our immediate family members and parents.
We did Crate and Barrel and Williams-Sonoma. Both were super easy and CB had a lovely registry party with refreshments which was a nice touch. None of our guests had any problem purchasing and CB’s shipping was $5 and WS was free after $49, which isn’t hard to do there. CB even has smartphone apps for updating your registry on the go. Between Macy’s and Target, I would definitely pick Macy’s as there’s way more nice upgrade items and you get Macy’s rewards whereas Target has a very very strict return policy and many of their items are rather basic.
We ended up with probably 25% of the gifts from our registry, in all price points and categories. The rest of the people gave us envelopes, which was a pleasant surprise.
Post # 6
@BBtobe: Glad you checked out our services! If you have any questions or concerns,our phone number in on our website.
Here’s a great aritcle on the Huffington Post about 5 things your should know before setting up your wedding registry: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/hana-abaza/wedding-registry_b_1837079.html